St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs 

Alumni Holiday Party! – Chicago

Welcome to Your City: Chicago

Join your Northeastern community to build new bonds and strengthen the ties you already have in your city. Those who have called their city “home” for years will have the chance to extend a warm welcome to our newest Northeastern alumni and those new to the city will gain inside knowledge on where to get the best brunch, catch a game, or find the best hiking trails. This is a great opportunity to build new relationships in your city while sharing fond memories of your time as a student.

All events start at 6:00pm local time!

Giving Day-in your city

Not in Boston to attend our Giving Day celebrations on campus? Don’t worry, you can still join us at exclusive Giving Day events across the country to support the Northeastern experience from anywhere! 

2023 Beanpot Championship Watch Parties

Make plans to join your Northeastern community in celebrating the 70th year of the Beanpot Hockey Tournament.

Chicago Holiday Party

It really is the most wonderful time of the year! Celebrate the holiday season with the Northeastern Chicago community. Join your fellow Huskies from the Chicago area at the popular Beatnik on the River restaurant for great conversation while reminiscing about your favorite times on campus and your plans for the season.

Welcome to Your City – Chicago

Whether you’ve just moved to the city or have lived there since graduation, join the Chicago community for a chance to meet new Northeastern alumni and learn about exciting upcoming events and opportunities in the region.

Chicago LGBTQA+ Happy Hour

Mix and mingle while expanding your connections—old and new. Be in the know about Northeastern’s LGBTQA+ Resource Center and ways to get involved, while enjoying a beverage of your choice.

Welcome to Your City: Chicago

Folks gathered for an evening of shared connection and bonded over their love for the city.

Chicago’s Riverwalk

Chicago Architecture Center docent Michelle Woods covered the history of the Chicago Riverwalk project, and highlighted some features of this unique park – at the bottom of a ‘canyon’ of world-famous architecture.